November 18, 1955 |
|Other names||The Animal|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||90 kg (200 lb; 14 st)|
|Style||Kickboxing, Muay Thai|
|Fighting out of||Rotterdam, Netherlands|
|Years active||27 (1975–2002)|
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
Frank "The Animal" Lobman (born November 18, 1955) is a Dutch-Surinamese former kickboxer. He was five times the European kickboxing champion and had an astonishing 90% knockout ratio. He beat many notable fighters over his career, such as British Champion Steve Taberner (The Wigan Hammer), Bas Rutten and Ken Shamrock and fought in organizations such as Pancrase P.K.A. and K-1.
Frank was a prominent kickboxer in 80's to the early 90's. He trained often in rotterdam-crooswijk at schuttersveld where his Brother Hedwig Lobman taught Kyokushin karate. Several kickboxing matches were given in the early eighties with Lucien Carbin. In 1991 he beat Bas Rutten for a European kickboxing title. He announced his retirement fight in 2002 at the age 49. His last fight was a 20-year rematch with Jan Oosterbaan in Ahoy-2H2H, but he lost the fight due to a decision.
Frank was undefeated until his first fight with Peter Aerts.
- 5 time European Kick Boxing champion
- I.K.B.F. European Heavyweight champion
- E.M.T.A. European Heavyweight champion
- Dutch Heavyweight champion
110 Wins (100 (T)KO's), 6 Losses
Legend: Win Loss Draw/No contest Notes
- mixed martial arts record [dead link]
- kickboxing achievements 
- pancrase profile 
- Aerts on Lobman 
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